On Sun, Jul 02, 2006 at 07:55:18PM -0400, ViVeRANT wrote:
> I have followed the installation notes and installed the libusb-dev
> 20051126, but when editing Makefile.conf and replacing the following:
> LIBUSBINC = /usr/local/lib
> LDFLAGS = /usr/local/lib/libusb.a -lpthread $(LDDEBUG)
> with the location of the libusb files I run into an error when running
> g++ -ansi -Wall -I/usr/local/lib -g -c -o btool.o btool.cc
> parser.h: In member function ???bool Barry::RecordParser<Record,
> Storage>::CheckHeaderSize(const Data&, unsigned int) [with Record =
> Barry::Contact, Storage = Contact2Ldif]???:
> btool.cc:232: instantiated from here
Hi! Thanks for your interest!
This is a known problem in Barry 0.0.1 when using gcc 4.0.x, and probably
The easiest way to work around it is to use a 3.3 or 3.4 compiler if you
already have it on your system.
The best way to work around it is to use the latest CVS tree. It is
stable enough that I could release it as 0.0.2, and I probably should soon
The CVS tree still uses the same libusb, so you're fine there.
I highly recommend using CVS, especially if you want to help development
or with testing.